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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Wednesday with scattered thun dershowers cooler tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 76 i 80 77 1 73 72 73 74 Complete Weather Report on Market Homccf Daily Sun and StmlWttMy Morning liftht 110 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er space stocks Bonds mixed gov ernments Cotton higher trade CHICAGO mostly unchang Corn harvest Oats Higher increased top to weak top PRICE FIVE CENTS f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft CHALLENGE ISSUED IN TESTIMONY Panel Chairman Says Bargaining Method At Stake President Dav id McDonald today invited heads of the four biggest steel companies to meet with him im mediately to hammer out a set tlement of the 91day The invitation McDonald called it a was issued during his testimony to President Eisenhowers fact finding board which will advise the President on Friday wheth er the strike is a national emer gency justifying a TaftHartley injunction to reopen the mills for an 80day cooling off No Real Bargaining McDonald told the board the union has been trying since Ap ril to get direct negotiations chief executive officers of the major steel He said those officers always parti cipated in bargaining in past I personally would like to sit down with these men of respon sibility primarily Roger Avery Adams and Charles really talk out the issues in an attempt to settle the McDonald Issues Challenge us go to while this See Page 7 France Offers R e I f VV l Leaders BLOOMING GROVE HEARS TEAGVE CONGRESS VIEWS STEEL FACT members of President Eisenhowers threeman fact finding committee in the steel strike convene at the La bor Department in From left to right they are John Perkins of Chairman George Taylor of and Paul Lahoczky of Taylor said the group will make every effort to get a voluntary peace pact to end the 89day old AP Wirephoto Daniel Argues Tideland Claim 13 UP of Texas Supreme SafeConduct 13 Premier M ichel Debre assured Algerian rebel leaders today they may come to France to discuss a ceasefire without fear for their liberty should the talks break In a major policy address to the French National Debre recalled the offer of ceasefire negotiations made in October 1958 by President Charles De This offer is Debre It has been re newed in terms that cannot lead to The rebels rejected De Gaulles insisting that the political future of Algeria must be dis cussed along with a A Paris magazine reported earlier today that Ferhat Premier of the Algerian rebel government in was ready to come to Paris to but not to A rebel spokesman in Rabat denied the magazine version but the mag azine stuck to its While he renewed De Gaulles seasefire talk Debre made it clear that France will not discuss a political settle ment with the rebels as Abbas There is no other domain for he To go outside this indis be See Page 7 Price Daniel argued before the Court today that a close study of congressional reports would remove any doubt of the validity of his states claim to submerg ed lands in the Gulf of He declared the 1953 Sub merged Lands Act was intended by Congress as recognition of 13 UP Texas National employment fell off seasonally bj1 S94J900 to court by So000 in This drop licitor General Danwas expected because of the rc icl said turn of temporarily employed Regardless of what may be students to said as to other it Unempioyment fell by also primarily seeking young I being still raised the quite certain that with respectLQ to Texas Congress intended the ke the measure of the grant to extend leaving the labor market to the historic threeleagueL resume boundary which Texas had The idle figure an independent He said the same of Labor 10 12 miles boundary existed jamcs p in the laws of Texas at the time I t hig it became a member of the rtment building steps union and that Senate and Mitcheu has pledged to do House committee reports aPUust that if the October idle proving the 1953 legislation figure was above three acknowledged Texas threelea Seymour deputy as Mitchell may have to on the Labor De gue sistant secretary of labor said He said the while not hflt wjth the strlke still mentioning Texas specific did stipulate that a slates boundary should be See Page 7 Amt Survives Fall 13 Catherine Flynn survived an 80 foot plunge in her car over a cliff on the Mount Bonnell road here Monday The car tumbled over the cliff while Flynn was turning it It crashed downward over huge boulders and hung partly over the waters edge of Lake suffered shock but appeared uninjured continuing the unemployment total for October probably will exceed three Wolfbein said that layoffs due to the steel strike had topped in early OfllOfl in addition to tne strik and their Teague said the LandrumGriffin labor bill was one of the most difficult of the session and pointed out that it was passed despite the efforts of the strong prolabor Praise Rayburn The Bryan congressman prais ed House Speaker Sam Ray burn for his part in the passage of the labor and also laud ed Lyndon Johnson for his leadership in the This I think Johnson and Rayburn deserve more cred it than people would he representative of the Good progress has been made I Sixth Congressional District for to date by campaigners in the 13 years and a veteran of World Community Chest but War was the featured speak Herb cochairman with er at a barbecue held at Bloom urged Tuesday at a ing Groves new community cen report breakfast that workers ter whose conversion from a keep up the tempo of making theatre was a project of the personal contributor con teats gee Page 10 before the momentum is lost i and the effort begins to lose Personnel of the three divi Advance Special Gifts and Employe Gifts thus far in the field of active solicita were informed at the By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Even stronger legislation is due if labor doesnt get rid of men like Jimmy Con gressman Olin Teague said in Blooming Grove Monday Speaking to an audience of 115 made up of Lions club members Good Progress Reported On Chest Campaign By The Associated Tress Heavy rains in the ranching country around Del Rio Tues day closed a federal highway and threatened Across the state in East the Weather Bureau issued a severe thunderstorm Del Rio in Southwest Texas near the border reported inches of From 4 to 7 inches fell north of there around Loma Heavy rains also fell around which reported inches fell in two hours Tues day Sonora in Southwest Texas reported 2 inches in an CAPE 13 The United States put into orbit today a new gy roscope satellite expected to answer many questions about space and The named Explorer was put aloft with a power NEW LIBRARY IS STARTED IN KANS Wa rns G rowng Population Makes Planning Vital ful Juno II rocket fired here at 13 In the National Prcsiclcnt Eisenhower flew back Space Agency announced at to his home town today to that Explorer VII is in hoIP start a library in his hon lor and to warn that only by cooperation can mankind hope an agency one complete orbit around the earth shortly before the an man Weighing 91 12 the satellite main goal is to study cosmic knowledge of which is a key to space travel by The 76foot rocket rose pon while Comatock reported from its launching Smaller amounts peppered down on most sections of the The severe thunderstorm fore cast was for an area 60 miles eithcrside of a line from Long vicw to 60 miles eastsoutheast of Pine The forecast called for isolated damaging See Page 7 UAW Approves Dues Increase After Debate or finally it will not work1 at Weather Chilly The President came back to the town where he grow up on the coldest day of the Tho temperature was in the but he got welcome to make up The crowd flat Kansas a warm for the spilled all landscape over the policci estimated it at almost land youngsters were One sign held up by children read Welcome Happy To Bo 0 Wednesday Eisenhower will be 69 Wed school h homey Birth Bailie Quits Civil Rights Job 13 UP windstorms along with the The forecast went into effect at ATLANTIC noon and was to extend until 13 United Auto Work 6 ei3 convention today portion of the an increase of a month thls breaking was bounded by the unions basic Vernon ami UAW President Walter Reuthcr ruled that a standing The rains north of Del Riolvote of tho conventions closed 277 and threatened to delegates showed 80 per cent in close 377 near its Interseclfavor of the The convention adopted the The Texas warned area De j for a library to hold his presi dential and military papers is a sort of birthday Eisenhower arrived wearing1 a broad smile and light top He took the top coat r Be Sent Dallas On October 21 Cactus Room breakfast that Former John Battle of tion with thev had achieved up Virginia has resigned from the pther vjn ttm are recommendation of its consti tb that This Is per Civif Mights Del tution committee for the in cent of the total Chest goal for recently issued a controversial but no flash flooding crease which brings monthly 1959 of report on negro voting as sometimes occurs is basic dues to Of Johnson observed that a and Weatherforcl reported goes to the strike to visions best work is normally Battle was the only dissenter inches before and about the international union I J M V H f V f d done in the first seven days afon the sixman commission in ter it kicks off and unless all its recommendation for federal Local Board 95 right on the job of making voUnff registrars where neces daytoday contacts of the caicis sarv assure negroes and oth Tuesday the names of the counassigned them they er minority groups the right to tys men who will fill ober induction and the as a begin lo lose momentum of enthusiasm Re wag examination calls on by two olhor and such a letdown before the Southern mcmbers in objecting The will include William not lo allow the a letdown of See Page 2 Louis Holds Negro For Two Savage Deaths ing He said that the rate of lay NEW IS The lawyer for Charles Van Dorcn said today the quiz winner was ready accept servk i of a congressional sub poena for questioning in a probe of fixed TV quiz Carl Kubino said that Van Doren had not known the subpoena was issued last He had been reported traveling in New England during the 13 Big money winner Charles Van Doren is billed for a command when the congres nal probe of television quiz ows resumes House investigators issued a subpoena last Friday for the youthful Columbia University English But Van Doren cant be Oren Harris chairman of the investigating House Legislative Oversight Monday accused Van Doren of deliberately evad offs due to the steel formerly a now has See Page 11 Court Rejects Texas Attack On Amendment 12 The Supreme Court refused Monday to consider arguments by a group of Texans seeking to have the 14th Amendment to the Constitution The amendment was adopt ed after the Civil War and was cited in the 1954 decision out lawing racial segregation in public Dan former filed the He appealed on behalf of Buford and others who sought pay ment of 46 Texian loan bearei ing service of the Ibonds issued by Texas in 1862 The New York Times today The with 8 per quoted a source close to Van cent were payable to Doren as saying he had not bearer July evaded the because he Texas refused to pay on the did not know it had been isground the bonds were void un The source said Van der Section 4 of the 14th Doren had left New York for a It prohibits any long state from assuming or paying Harris said Van Doren seems an obligation incurred to have challenged the commitin aid of rebellion against the tea and the facts which have United been The investigation recessed Monda after six days of testi mony about rigging of bigname television quiz contests by pro viding advance questions and answers to Moody said Section One ol the amendment has been so twisted and tortured by dcci sions involving per sonal and governmental con flicts of all kinds that there is great uncertainty as to its Harris said a diligent search need a ncw 14th Amend had been made by committee ment The present amendment staff members and others for has Ua Van who won fame and Furthermore it was nevei by knowing the right Vftlidly and iawfully adopted answers at thright time on and has the undying hatred the now defunct TwentyOne of approximately a fourth of the quiz people of the United States Van Doren became a regard it as an expression See Page 2 Texan Is New Filipino Envoy 13 nhower today Joseph Haden of Joelmomontum to ever begin to Lawrence Kelley of Johnnie Eugene Cunningham and Archie Lee all three of Fifteen men will go for physi one of the largest calls for examination received by this board in many Going for physicals will be the follow ng Carrol Ray Bobby Lee Jerry Stephen Doyle Dean Troy Gene Ralph Douglas Harvey Edgar Willie Hue William Louis Clifton Ray Wilbert Leon Rogers Por ter Smith and Bennie Joe Hen Bessie announced that the board has received a call for 4 inductees and H men for physicals on ment to prevent voting assuring the right to1 13 A has arrested for questioning vote to any citizen who meets about tnc a e knife slayings his states age and residenceLf a stlburban Wfibslcr Groves requirements and who is not woman and brother Mon legally confined at the time of daVi registration or Fester Bridges of Battle said he felt present was4 picked up here last night laws were adequate in both on a request from suburban Iwcbster Groves He was to the The increase is effective After the standing vote was delegates opposing the increase demanded a roll Convention require that at least 775 delegates support a roll call Reulher ruled a standing vote showed that less than 500 wanted a roll The convention then recessed See Page 7 i Chicago Gives Lopez Mateos Warm Welcome See Pago 11 UN Suspends Council Voting UNITED tc f rr Kuan j Jo tO fl In a letter of acbooked na a fugiUvo from Wobvacant scat In the UN Security m m I I 1 M I V undor ofouncil today were suspen 61yearold career to be ambassador to the Hlckcrson now is ambassador to where he has served since He has had diplo matic assignments previously in Rio De Jane Ottawa and with the State Department The appointment is subject to Senate approval after Congress In the Philippines Hickerson succeeds Charles call ed back to Washington for a special assignment as an expert on Soviet Battle said he wanted to return to law practice in Polico said who had until next Monday after 25 lots failed to break a stubborn 13 fo Lopez Mateos that the United ndeed a country of He and his official from Washington come as little like his stately reception at the capital as a Viennese waltz resembles rock n As soon ns the dignitaries placed their feet on the reporters and assorted spectators burst down the path and engulfed the some what startled Lopez Matoes looked around Ith a smile while the police rove futllely to reopen a path r Tho plan was that the presi using the alias of Peter EastWest had worked family as an odd The bodies of for the Haas jobs Alice Youth Writes Out Murders Detai his girl of se See Page 10 of 13 I just cant believe mur mured Ferdinand We gave him all kinds of love and He never did a wrong Paquet spoke sorrowfully of his 16yearold son held in the slaying of friends father and 10yearold Baraga County Prosecutor Wil liam Konstenius said the boy orally admitted the slaying Edward a LAnf and his daughter Lila Sunday I did the boy told the prosecutor But I dont know That family has been awful good to Konstenius said he would ask juvenile court to waive custody of the boy today so he could be tried on a first degree murder charge as an The prosecutor said Eugene had written in a notebook while sitting in bed Saturday night Lure Ed Get ready for the Get stuff paper bag containing gags and a pistol in Put club on Put rest of bag in Knock out Tie and gag Put them in Do anything Frosland died of a bullet wound in the Lila Lynn Was Coroner Winkler she had been struck on the head before described by neigh bors a a good boy and a very strict took Shirley and her Sal to LAnse Baptist church Sunday He and Shirley had dated for about two Paquet left in the middle of the complaining of ill Konstenius The pros ecutor said Pacquet stated that he went got a an iron bolt and his fathers caliber The boy said he then continued to the Frosland Americas Good Samaritan Role secret voting in the 82natlon and her Cecil wore found It was not day by Hans to muster the yearold David Se found quired twothirds Communist Poland At to lead Westernsupported a Where key throughout the two days of yop f 1 His honor was rescued from he but by this time if had been decided to dispense with tho airport them when lie returned from A few delegates tried to Mntos nnd his selling tickets to a Cub Scout Francis Police Chief Ovid Yadon of It Cardinal Roman CathWebster Groves said a neighbor to drop the bnl olic Archbishop tne Haas famny related see consultation among UN cllplo ing Bridges talking to the vie The vote on the 25th nnd tirns just before their bodies final ballot was 43 for Poland icw ueicgates tried to start a compromise switch to wero bundlcd th but this failed to gain cans as one of thf was then agreed shouted nftfir him noting to permit mucho Hi ll I ft the United worlds Good wore Bridges denied being any Sce Page 2 See Page 7 today described States as the He spoke at alumni lunch con of the Pontifical North Am erican which is cele brating its first Cardinal himself an alumnus of the spoke to several hundred alumni at the colleges summer villa at Castel Drawing a parallel between the United States and the Good Samaritan of the Bible he said our beloved generously and mercifully shar ing her blessings with her bur dened has become the worlds Good sym bol of Christly charity lo the worlds bereft and The Cardinal said the role of Good Samaritan toward the peo ples of other nations is so new that many refuse to believe that In peacetime the people of one country should or could help to bear the burdens of another And there are he who flatly deny that there can be anything but selfinter est which could impel one na tion to become Good Samaritan to another Cardinal Spellman said the origins of Americas role in the vory nature of her first ACTRESS La Jean about was They lie in the stabbed to death with n hunt he well as the beliefs ing knife near Tex of her from where she had a part in the many different lands who be come not in an ethnic one ness but in the unity of a shar ed movie The A 32ycar old actor was charged with murder in her AP VVire photo and 30 for Adenau meant muchas at the city hall mat ters became slightly more forl See LOPEZ MATEOsi Page avors Consulatio 13 Michel Debre said today an East West summit conference could offer hope for a relaxa tion of world but that It should bo prepared careful It would he grave to he told thr French National As It would be still more to make lautminuto con cessions to give the appearance of The preparation for a summit conference that is the study of means which could lead to happy should be scrloulsy Debres comment on a possi ble summit meeting was tho first from a high French of ficial since the visit of Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrushchev m H appeared to clear the way for a meeting ot the Big Four government 13 Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said today he believes the ern government chiefs shoul confer in Washington befor into summit talks wi Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrushl The Western powers cnnnol go into conference with Knru shchev without full agreemenl among Aclenaue told a luncheon meeting of th Foreign Press He said he thought It woulj take quite a little while befor preparations can be complete1 for an EastWest summit co He appeared to he pull ting the brakes to the Britisi drive for a quick summit ritaina Prime Minister old fresh from hi national election hope for an EastWest summit co ference ay early as next montil British informants have Tho 83yearold chancellor said he expected EastWetl summit talks to be held befor See Page 7   

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